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Tongue Twister #1:
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Tongue Twister #2:
She sells seashells by the seashore.
Tongue Twister #3:
If two witches were watching two watches, which witch would watch which watch?
Tongue Twister #4:
Unique New York
Tongue Twister #5:
If Stew chews shoes, should Stew choose the shoes he chews?
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Interactive English Great lesson today,teachers! All of them are a wonderful challenge...but 'How much wood would a woodchuck if a woodchuck....' seems to me neverending 😟😟..but I will get it one day 😊😊
Thanks for your comment. I've never heard of "white horse" being used as an idiom, at least not in American English. There's an older idiom "white knight," which refers to person who saves someone from harm. 😃👍
Cool! I must repeat more 10 times to speak the first sentence to smoothly but not I'm not sure I speak quicklier and fluenter than you. All of you speak really smoothly! Those sentences are so hard to speak for beginner foreigner!
I wonder if the German man I live with feels weird when he sees videos of how to speak German as I do when watching videos for how to speak English. Having been from New York, I don't think either of you sound anything like they do in New York City.
When Andrew, the guy who first interpreted language for me so I could understand the German man I'm with, started teaching him English the German man couldn't pronounce any words with the -th sound in them. He never did get it right and got more frustrated as he went along. He also couldn't pronounce an English W sound or the G in the word German.
Hi Kunj. That's great you're visiting Sacramento. We used to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, but we don't live there any more. At the moment, we live in Easter Europe, so we're pretty far away. Have fun in Sacramento! 😃👍
Thanks for commenting & sharing with us Nourham. And that Seashells tongue twister always gives me trouble. As for your question, I think they're often used synonymously. But here's a forum on these two words you may find interesting: https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/76120/are-the-words-soul-and-spirit-synonymous